Where nobody else can be,
And none of my friends can tell it's there—
Nobody knows but me.
Or even where I go.
It isn't a place in time or space,
But once I'm there, I know.
But it's big as the sky at night . . .
I try to explain and it hurts my brain,
But once I'm there, it's right.
And it's neither big nor small,
And whenever I go, it feels as though
I never left at all.